Customer Footage: Tulip Time Lapse with Blink + Product Review by Derrick Lytle

by Sarah W February 09, 2017

Customer Footage: Tulip Time Lapse with Blink + Product Review by Derrick Lytle

Derrick Lytle, a freelance photographer from Utah, recently tested out Blink by shooting a time lapse video of some tulips blooming in his home studio with a GoPro HERO3+ camera.

Check out his project, his full set-up and his recap of using Blink for the first in the video below.

 

Here's the end result: 

 

Follow Derrick on Instagram for some breathtaking nature photography and time lapse videos - and on YouTube for more. We look forward to seeing more of his work!




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